Who remembers those flip phones that came in an assortment of colors before the iPhone? That’s right, phones like the Motorola Razr. I remember being in middle school and begging my parents for the Gold Razr. So exclusive that only a handful of people owned then. As for myself, I was stuck with my Nokia phone because my parents did not believe I needed a Razr. Technology has evolved, but one constant through time is that we love to personalize our phones.
We cannot live without our phones; they have become a part of our identity. And ever since the release of the rose gold Apple Watch, it feels like everyone is jumping on the bandwagon. Apple didn’t create rose gold, but they sure did make it popular. You can now get rose gold Beats, rose gold iPads, a rose gold Macbook, and even Samsung has made their own version of a pink-toned phone. I would be lying if I said I haven’t jumped on the bandwagon and traded in my old Black iPhone for the more appealing Rose Gold. I have no regrets because I am in love with the color of my phone. It definitely has a personality of its own.
Rose gold has a touch of elegance without it being too bright nor too bold. The color is also revolutionary because it has no gender, both men and women are falling for this color. It is always a pleasure to look at, and for a slight second, I wanted to go buy the rose Gold Macbook too. To be honest, if the car I owned was available in rose gold, I would even consider trading it in for the trendier model.
We like to choose devices that represent who we are, and just like the color of the clothes we wear, it is vital to our self-expression. As someone who is all about all-black gadgets, I can definitely say that rose gold is the new black.